Comic writing duo Goody and Grant admirably wrote this piece in just one month to capitalise on Trump election fever. This was marketing genius but also offered some much-needed laughs at a time when far-right political views were winning.
Clovenhoof (AKA Satan) and Archangel Michael, both now living on Earth, decide to stop Trump and Brexit. Clovenhoof heads to the US to derail Trump's election, whilst Michael heads to Europe to assemble a Eurovision entry that will unite Europe and inspire a Brexit reversal.
There is the usual Clovenhoof brand of comedy: farcical chaos, kooky characters and knowing biblical references. But new ground is broken in the form of political satire.
Satire is a logical evolution for the franchise and there is no better time. We all need some post-2016 laughter therapy. The writers are clearly anti-Trump and anti-Brexit, so the lines are funnier if you share similar views.
Goody and Grant have certainly done their homework. They show vast knowledge of the US election, the cities of Europe and Eurovision statistics. They provide a lengthy glossary at the end which separates fact from fiction. This is proof of their research but also definitive evidence that fact and fiction are often indistinguishable.
Currently, Goody and Grant are exploring new franchises - Mythfits and Oddjobs - which is no bad thing, but I would love to see Clovenhoof return from time to time to tackle the latest political disasters.
With 2017 shaping up to be another stinker of a year, there is no better time for a devilish giggle.
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